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Moroccan National Team Seeks to Host 2030 FIFA World Cup Final in Impressive New Stadium


Several media reports have corroborated that the Moroccan Football Federation has formally applied to host the final match of the 2030 FIFA World Cup. It is important to note that the joint bid involving Spain, Morocco, and Portugal successfully secured the rights to host the 2030 World Cup, as confirmed by FIFA in a statement released on October 4, 2023.

In a nod to the inaugural FIFA World Cup held in South America in 1930, the first three matches of the 2023 World Cup are scheduled to take place across three different countries on the continent: Argentina, Uruguay, and Paraguay.

The well-known Qatari broadcaster, "beIN Sports," has verified that the Moroccan Football Federation has formally made this request to FIFA, expressing Morocco's keen interest in hosting the culminating match of the 2030 World Cup. It has been underscored that Morocco is planning to construct a massive, state-of-the-art stadium in Casablanca, with a seating capacity of approximately 93,000 spectators.

The 2030 FIFA World Cup is scheduled to be held from June 8 to July 21, 2030.